Dr A. Mori

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Psychosocial factors are presented which affect clinical decision-making regarding the allocation of renal organs. Patients were rated as being either High Risk or Low Risk transplant candidates. High Risk candidates were scored as being significantly different from the Low Risk candidates on many psychosocial variables. Interestingly, significant(More)
The measurement of fetal blood flow velocity and 24 h monitoring of fetal heart-rate (FHR) using a computer were performed to clarify the haemodynamics of growth-retarded fetuses with chronic hypoxia. One hundred normal-growth and 18 growth-retarded fetuses were analysed. All the growth-retarded fetuses with chronic hypoxia were characterised by abnormal(More)
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